New Xerox Duplicators Feature LightScribe Disc Labeling
Headquartered in Norwalk, Conn., Xerox presents a new line of DVD/CD Duplicators with LightScribe labeling capabilities, featuring eight models that are among the most productive, reliable and cost-effective on the market.
Suitable for the duplicating needs of any organization or business, the new models include from one to 15 writer drives, and can operate independently of a PC to provide a quick and inexpensive way to make multiple copies of CDs and DVDs.
LightScribe laser labeling can be used with or without a PC, and allows users to burn text or full graphic labels directly onto compatible optical discs without the need for a separate printer. The new duplicators come with the industry’s first drag-and-drop file function that transfers image files directly from a PC to the duplicator’s internal hard drive. The easy to use features save customers money, reducing the time and effort usually required to produce a master disc for each project.
Several models in the line also provide users with an industry-leading 256MB buffer memory for more stable and reliable high-speed duplication with a greatly reduced occurrence of buffer under-run errors.
For additional information, or to arrange for an evaluation unit, please contact Doug Wright, Giles Communications, at (914) 798-4115 or firstname.lastname@example.org.